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, those numbers are better. china's numbers have improved lately, and you have political stability back. so the volatility of the instability factors that are outside have reduced overtime. the real threat that we have is here, with us, and that can be addressed. >> but when you look at -- i understand that bangs being downsides our down afraided, you have more than 11% unemployment in the euro zone, which is a good deal higher than here, are those things threats to the u.s. economy, or do you think it is now destabilizing, or has the potential to destabilize the world economy? >> i think because it is relatively closed, it trades with itself and immediate neighbors, is less vulnerable to what happens outside, for instance in europe. but, the consequences would be relatively minor. it is more exposed to it's own difficulties, and it's own issues, than to what happens elsewhere in the world, because it is such a large player. >> so we're our own 5,000 pound gor ri gorilla. >> let me ask you as a final question, january 2nd arrives, no deal, what will we notice first? >> lack of citizen,
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